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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 3, January 19, 1918, Whole Number 749.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 3, January 19, 1918, Whole Number 749.
9 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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l ,1 .: “n-.. IMO A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENOE. TRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH BAGS. Vol. XV., No. 3. ‘Wholn No. 749. NEW YORK, JANUARY 19, IBM. n.- lanai. nwumnunw.ml.m.nmmmn nugget-wuss: mass-antes PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRISH IOUESTION FORGING TO THE FRONT AGAIN in Both Sides Oi The Atlantic It Suddenly Looms Up Strong And Insistent And The Necessity of A SettleBJeut ls Clearly Recognized-Action In Washing- ton Infinitely More Important Than That Taken In London, The British! Attitude Being Forced By The Situation In America-President Wilson's Corih'al Reception Oi llrs. Sheil'lugton. Who Presented A Plea 0n Behilil Of The Revolutionary Women 0t Ireland For Recognition of National independ- ence Was A Stinging Iieiilllto To The Irish Syeophltuts And Tools Who Shonted “Treason ” At Those Who Asked Ameriuu Intervention-Senator Pheian's Foreetal Presentation To him Of Ireland; use A Most Signifcaut . Event-Ills Rankin Iteceives Congratulations From All Over The Country-England Decides Against Conscription In Ireland And Shows g” Al The White House On January ll.’ IRISH WOMEN'S PLEA FOB NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE Presented [To President Wilson By Mrs. Hannah Sheelly Sketi'lngton lireat Anxiety Over The Necessity OI A Settlement-Willa; For The Report lit The Lloyd Eeorge “Convention” ‘ 'tt'hs Irish Question has suddenly Isl-gnu in the I on dons until nuss eh. wsr, when England old he in s position he ml); her an. Earl At PRESIDEVT REOEIVHS MKS. sur- At the very Ftima othnl. they: blind :0“ were shall and la the pram ttI-ns tor our people here to nail lion nIInd, Prui- tlel'ltIx Milan nuloully mlven thoi other! Ch- o'a or alone nim- the! of the Inlderu who were shot i r plum! it, And I Skemng tlm hermit In the w dint of tha at who I f ully mill-dared by I Britlah omen although he to it no part. in t a his a I n i Score mama REBUKHT spore mm It In not waiting” me I all slrinh CAI)“ Ind tow-I their clam-nil Ibotlt'1nynlt1. . M155 SWINE RESOLUTIOV. s = s ‘s‘ . .h ”e . s I: E‘ e r ity also in New Y.orltv when the Mayan lion Inst Nov umber demonnlnted that It hallo tn nuance men I one. Ind I in” Told-Marin hAmertcsn intervention on The Pro iii‘ular course Ill the but the last that he listened Iympnthetiv- n women “who insisted the this ' estate de:mmh s- In“ all] y‘to I very eloquent Ind Tommi hie- on trelandms hehnsll will conne tar th- helr future. I! Irish oi“ una follow! It]? the good work Ind carry 9 It on ten BRITISH GOVERNMENT 15 ANIIOUS 9 0n ins nther side or ail-n tie 9' thin vlng with sqns'i rsnldttv On Me Ltd. Iy last dss London clwly tdn in si a kind at I Iettlemant Lh Ireland. The Old 8 ' vention had end its report Ind rld nun a Tom thlt will It lust looksnt satin-mow. tht the English mu a settlement is siways a without; Its-Ir msstaths wsethesutLh In nnhd pothole twill be the same this tlma. land when the’lnsh hoopla rained on as s Northcllire orgual here will do the Inna mounds so ago" rman sganrs" l1.lInl Ewho alto ItInd “D “I: CONSCBIPTIOT'DROPPED'DI thin: ' he mnnunoement ll mad. OMV clIlIy l"in the Hall at Com monl thnt them will ha tan Conscription in Irelul This in In: Work Ill Easterwuk Ind I I vlndlmiinn of the India who nvs their IINI thlt Trnland. might Ont-h Inhibit of Conlu’lptlon the .IDN'DON, JInllIry M (by A. PJ‘- Eetween 420,000 Ind 450.000 troop: must he rIlsed It once in thiI country. Sir Auckllnd Geddol, Minute! 0! Nldonll e Sherri“, mid the Ho ”(use dnTho Minister DIM this In. tho must use the one! thu oflh ediocns rtsh mnvenum.” the em wine-eh phnstze “hr the plIlnh duty of the Gov- am he mandrel- "’We ourlelvec ldilbelim that to!“ on r man knowleds! th- IctnIl lncis! at the aleuslton.1'hars notorious- the Gov. lettiemel‘lt tn the Empire. in pro- z: a o the wa.r Ind to relations with he United Scout mlne‘ntre to the all “nation ll Ila glvell by the Chmnicle. which vrillll I iaur- -colllrnn Irtchurm from correspondent un er " call dlyl in I “la Trish Convention. The tr llllkel Ie lira vlg hlel tor [roe me elnt. rind as to Sir tlsm. nunnvits Itstement. .- quoted h, th> ' 'To The President and I I Houses of Congress The United States of America We. the llnd'nignod repruentll‘l: I ll!" body of Irish Women whose PrnIIdtlnt wu non dine nod to duel: tor her share In I eu'uuiu for lie." Ind Iecandly. on your recas- nitian, mnlly Unlo- extendlcd, of 1.th Iuatto‘ of IrelIndI demlnd fur 90W freedom IlmaniIhlI genurltloul at. Walnut oi Ilratlnd hIVd h to bring un their children in n muntry in I perpetu- etnt on It! be in be monsxructedt Our wunll‘y. hlvlnl behind It twenty generations or nnreulon hu, thli an n pr rolound clIll'n un o r will to msko eh. Denim-nay. an ea in you in recon in the yoliucll Independence or trelsnd in thd term or' all Irish Reveille. d encouraged by the knowledge thld. thl StIteI oi Wren-Ii tit. Colarulo. Uth, Idaho, Wsehlngt gt,hn Cullfornll. Arizona. KIns-s, Nev-an, nntod’ ill Mohunlg Oregon In Nav York thI '3 wn woman their run plmn Lh- Councils out their" rs‘aiinn.‘1 ‘ w Stalled ole behalf of 0mm MmBan (The ln'lhecumen'l Council) ggmo‘ gland Mag “an... , n... ’ ‘21P”Yu’ %msg4u& . W. i) C Cameo , Me: mei , 3% mpr ‘E’WW W -Q.BWW mttnwtn n; s:- the English trIaaiItlanI or the shove sign-tum Can and. Muhvvlm Nsnnlo UR- hllly stsry Ryan. Eltubez is Bloxhaml. Knthlin Clam. Annie lune;l l:oulle Gavan Dully, Nians Plun- hett. Junta Wynn Pow Cuma'nn no mBan, Aid Craob, Parnell Square N.. Dublin, Ireland. hand he givo‘ In Robot Haul-R u Inli-C which Sena Pl ' mil; whila Inc I votietunrs l hrlds or In. lI-lsh tw wn ho ours Illu- his sight Inn-rim REUHVED BY PRESIDENT ( “‘3'” kills Mrs. Sheehy-SlteEngeon Presents aged“ . emeriel From In all omen “I' “If: “It shame?" helium; That Ireland's Right “I" “F to Independence Bo Recognised Wileo Tr -Mr. down at tho Semantic: mIke: oblon- IIItllI lemony 5. 3'9. hulhuld. A well lino own lrlshm Conrteonsly and Listens to Her 5,, mm“ Plan a. 1 '(l-‘rom th New York Am January 14,-) By HARIAK Sunny -5 “In HING'ION, JInuIry “.msomn Ruched In. (N. oxwvt tune the RritlIh censor Izlllrodl’ dld not “pull! lt-irorn i in: women in the Irish Women‘l Council (or CilmInn Isl clan. Anerwsr tho Allstrlllln Commonw tht ’1 w" to lttend out Lh House It :15 P. M. day. lunch or CslIiTonl (1m! tat Illk Inn little mutton “Volvo .. her bout .‘dollhllelu. The ey passed sn-vh’s Whlis Irons- ed by Conatlnm nostril I math random und in n I lite seer by Inn on. Lily.M hll [Imllys‘ I believe. from Cou yeIr: by In: widnw or O’thllly. heed ot the 0M Kerri til-ml erult ,lvonltunT ms run 5.) poet. Joseph Plun- md-i Ina-nor rP-rnelL IIIon lined. glue" rPIrnell movemtnt Another Ii nor in Annie Kent, Whoo- u,sicisll Lhoao II Loni“ IVIn Du I" another Ilgnltnry. II the dlllghler oi rig. wss exiled for hll lhm In the ‘1'! revollr dl he bee-ma Premier oi red I notincltlon preview-l! n) the woman nr‘lnlutlon of th' ship of the Federal ImendmInL Sim: Feln pIr m Lh [h tho I] I one “had to present. It with my opened door. I “V him tilt the curly ilrat Omittlon lly. an lylshmsn nytgtn- untr llsuss they wsrlnly songrsinlsi power. one at tho (already 1 Dorm um“, um associa'uon, headed ths nm-nqunn ‘ given the s mndh The, rent that t a! moot did tha [Llano thln‘I you at In Interview he had with Sir Feeder to k tornoy Gsnrrnl h u or sir EdI'Id Cnrson In tomentilll tian or sir Roger Cm QHE Ed u) rahixn iraln the Government 1! sir Roger us not hnnsud. his end hrutIlly r trelnnd Ind I: known to be hit ales or inn Knltxnllls or Columbus in ltl lat dine :‘ntlallIl Armr-It teas nI tsivn mdertrlr l-In luterpnlaie now Ind p INLET STATUE PRESENTED and President Wilson Replies statute us the gm. 0! the Imciatlou la the Phat-n or :fnlitamb. Ind Judge Victor .. The Iholo despm-h wss III that was link. who I'II nnIhlot son-Inn! or lndspsnnsnss, which“: .s greet vtmv ( s pmssi on on Incl and. melted to LhI No I W I the regular Whit. Hound sun In msM-gt who it will I him (or hll chunplan- tor lc Hon-o hi llrh “on at ltd-ad's ENGLISH ATTORNEY-GENERAL ATTACKS THE IRISH' S'lr frederiet Smith. Who Was Sir Edward Carson‘s Confederate lII lamenting Gvil War in Ireland To Prevent Ilolne llIIe. Who Prosecuted Sir Roger Casement And Threatened Te Inigo II The Government Did Not Iiang lIinI, Brutally Admits Ilis hostility To Ireland In Interview In Boston-Sent Bere liy Lloyd George To Cement Anglo-American friendship, lie insults ZIMJIJIDI‘OI Irish Citizens, Whose Sons Number llore thaI 30MB! lien II The National Army-This is The Antilrish And An"-Catholic Bigot In Whose Boner The degenerate; O! The Knights 0! Columbus In Detroit Sang “find Save The King "-iie franlly Admits That Ireland is held Only By ltachin: Guns And ‘Ihat it Would chnir'e A large Army To Eaioree Con- scription. Which Therefore Will Not Be Applied-Bones Lloyd George‘s “Convention" Will Keep On Talking And Do Nothing-lint lie Larishee Praise lie The ledmouds-A Typically Stupid English Tory. in. hasnn. Post at .vanusry ii vsysation. iLNortnnahglIeIlenny In order to comprehend Sir E, Smith. the Engiish'Ar, back (hrs-r, In 9 was eu-f Intense hIlredo frInkly Frederickr dlrlldud Irellhd Into Ira-I himeet Ill Ihemy Iwo peoples-(ha early Irllh. He has been violenuy um um Ithnllc. And yet it was in honor nut I1: I llalllenull or Sir Bd- il-Ils svlti- Ilrlnll nllthstholic hlgoe ward Carson, the view lader. in en- thn at, the cnw Ind dunner House of Cont-noun In In 9 I I It the lime nr the nprllling in which his Lroltl God 5" vehemently Itnr-lled ths Governmmt [than H In lhls country u Ihs Igent Ind nuanced the! 11 until "nuoe‘ oi the Engllrh Guvrrnmznt. hr the pun W the M of Cir-0n In the MI wu pm a, W” x mm. ”on "n whirh us Ihrssienlng. This the trailers suls snd England In the h 'on him the kin-m- t “GAL 1.,"- n m, new." I m“ tuning Freddy." He mndue‘tad us. usa ‘ing s hulnr Ind brutIl lunch on ‘71. Md 2:. Wm" u?“ ”mm Iumsnful rs hll demand (or Lhe death Iiully s third penslu 3W0“ a nus; Ayn BITTER way. an rysdsricll dlsnnsssd Ins lrtIh mh truths”. "a k h In k. N “a usunn with Its amazing ‘1! inane-(sons w e swim ‘W '1 “limb . mm 5mm “9mm m, “ men visiting our mutter, during tho ”of Gm," “e Comma“ “u nr hue sendinusly Avoided. The in- k 0n sin ' L I no at wonder It the irish tor retus- 'ln hll til-bile shoe-rum ator: the ing in arm owl-lunch or whtc I, N- York 5 hr uh. 5mm ,, I "Him“, Hotel Astor. str Frederick looked lili. ILWIh I; IN ”Barr or IRELAND. " b”! "no" I 0‘ ”i “I“ “like!“ This great nesting. presided over by "‘ ”n "9" d " “l“ Chlei .lnsnce Hu ghee, hrml ght tssons nr 5“” "’ ““h'" '- 0 In. shlsst III-yer! anr mnniry to ““"I‘ It“ “I gather to listen In the young head or Illoxnthnr thunk; tor the Right Ho n. b". H, m 'u mm it vma deliver ed with the ease or the human I hll- tnlerprelnilon at Inter nliionll law Is start-ling present mn- ditlnng will highly (ommnn ad. ' ntereperoed with no hhmdr Ind tinged with the tiling rsrrnrm for which Sir Frederick is ruinous tn the House at Commons and which aivvsre drain I crowd when smith "ts SAYS REDIIOAD CAN yam: PEACE. sddv vlcluruqucnw to his eon- (”Emmi dashes lo! tor Phelzul Makes Splendid ea tor Irish Independence Sympatheticnily. Always s hlittet' men, or John Reds K and. h! n th Irish lea er “X‘SEWZO‘L gmms 8mm “5 have been somewhnl modmed Ilnes the TIMI which ha been canola-Ind In two women worm: I.I clauon pre::vlted in President “ilsorl I: "h l l IIGIIIEI: " Rad 0“ Iona. ansrterv u ramhsdhwlng nos Duhitn cdlingu; h, on. wtd a... of Tom ”4., “W mp, a “H mm. 0 mm 0 ans earn t e er caplhle he IIblI Minn..- sss-y or k l Irle. Ixocllt ll our: in use Robert Emmet. in the rotThundI or the an“: Emma“ ”fad lawman; “a: to t I”!!! - Ilh . "min p spec south r nut-talus: It! Once 0110M. rm ““0“! “"39““ “"1“" “I In ens htternes! whh‘ sheen avon mph Swm ed through lhn strength of ms SI“ m , I expected that I would he asked k' ”e“ “‘0 “I my View: snn tho Irish” Iltlutlon I” New ‘0 “I! he "NM?! Some 0‘ who s-m pre i say that In hashes or he"; Victor J now. $5,“, “maxi: r u “m " obs prese eserlt on e “in“ Lb! vies WWI I'M hy Sen-tor PhelIn oi c-llrovnls. say the Sen-tor magnln. his-[Em on! M lrol ll (I'm! to ms gmlsr naught hsn the exsclllion oi CasementL “i joined with Sir Erin-rd Carson In making pron-rations tor the civil wnr whichl-Ila England would have had war. it not tor ths development! c t 0 Eu u‘ he circumstance! and l onward with [my r tel Ihs Ittempt lo tom L’latnr countiu to accept items Hull , sum “new rRootRlus' Hz sun Ink ms snout Carson Vvell ho hum- “rally with am. He is sickly snn nsrv on s. s ver ry highs strung Ind in tenelv vn In Iv but a laid thoroughly instilled in the curse whlrh he took up would cub-hll! divisiona Ire now hope In inland to unscrew the pm. I Presid ant Wilson, who I Iymnlihelltt rcvly .- mforw ht Dralarwd u I hia- oclmleut. guild ii I! I t “harlot bu puhllshod In fulll no‘ lll‘ll ryoanw i lmil (or civil war aE lath er n o 60ml“; 1!!! the Whit. 9 e .. .. E e .5; e d ho. . ”The Sinn Fein movement in distinct? ly moon-mu: Ind Var! ol the Germlu dslmseohzsunn nromsn n In Idhtrnnu say vhav